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Understanding SOA � Managing the Promises and Pitfalls of SOA

Date: August 16, 2005

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Guljit Khurana, Vice President Product Development, webMethods, Inc. (bio)
Kim Kazmaier, Senior Integration Architect, Bank of America (bio)


David A. Kelly

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webMethods, Inc.

Deploying Web services without some way to effectively manage them eliminates the benefits of SOA. As Web services quickly multiply, enterprises find it is difficult to track the services scattered across the enterprise, flexibility suffers because service names, versions, security policies and other dependencies are all hardcoded, and reliability and performance become increasingly difficult to ensure. During this Webcall, hear how a comprehensive Web services framework can make an enterprise-class SOA possible and listen to a webMethods customer talk about the technical real-world issues in deploying complex web services.

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Guljit Khurana is Vice President, Product Development, Web Services for webMethods, where he is responsible for overall strategy and direction for the companys Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) offerings. Guljit joined webMethods from The Mind Electric, where he was Vice President, Product Technology, and served as a key corporate spokesperson and visionary with regards to SOA. With more than 15 years of software industry experience at firms such as Talarian and Avantgo (acquired by Sybase), Guljit has significant success in developing middleware and distributed computing products and services.

Kim Kazmaier is the Senior Integration Architect with Bank of America, working within the Consumer and Small Business line of business. He has been working on enterprise application integration since 1996, using messaging, Corba, J2EE, and web service integration solutions, as a developer, manager and solution architect. In his 28 years of IT, he has also been a systems analyst, developer, systems programmer, and data base administrator. He has over 20 years of experience providing IT solutions in banking. He is currently engaged in developing the 3 year integration strategy for the retail bank.

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